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Old 07-15-2011, 09:00 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
One of the core principles, correct me if I'm wrong, is a focus on rotation of exercises within a program. So Squats may be done first on day 1 and perhaps third on the next workout.
No idea. I found what works for me, so don't do much reading on other programs. I just research things on why it is working. To better understand, but that info does over lap into other programs and w/o layouts.


What you mention here is what I do. I flip flop rotation. Reason being. Last exercise your whipped and not at 100% effort for lifts so your not hitting the muscle with 100% effectiveness, so next work out or so bring your last to first in rotation for 100% effort in that lift.

Guess I thought everyone did this. To me it only makes sense.
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